Director of 'Satyamev Jayate' said goodbye to Twitter, told the reason for the increasing negativity
Mumbai. Today everyone is using social media. People spend more time on social media. Social media is the best platform to put your point in front of others. Now negativity has come in it. Which is why many people are saying goodbye to social media. Many stars have also said goodbye to social media.
Sonakshi Sinha and director Shashank Khaitan also said goodbye to Twitter. Recently, Milaj Javeri, director of Marjawan and Satyamev Jayate, has also said goodbye to Twitter. Milap wrote while sharing the post - When I joined Twitter, it used to be a great place to express my views and opinions. Connecting with people, appreciating other people's work, keeping up with the latest news. But for some time, this place has become very toxic where only the negativity and trolls are full. But I am a positive person. So I am saying goodbye to this platform.
Let me tell you that Milap had given a wrong tweet about the health of director Nishikant Kamat some time ago. Actually Nishikant was on ventilator and was fighting for life and death. Milap himself informed about the death of Nishikant through Twitter but later on another tweet told that Nishikant Kamat has not died but he is still on ventilator Huh.
However, Nishikant's circumstances were critical and by the evening he had said goodbye to this world. After the death of Nishikant, there was a wave of mourning in Bollywood. After this, Milap has decided to leave Twitter.